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Scalese-Ward Family – by Joe Ward

Dell T Hales first came out to Toole County in the spring of 1910. She was teaching near Ipswitch, South Dakota and 21 years old. She’d grown up near Mt. Sterling, in southeast Iowa, on a farm called Clover Home, where her father raised grain and hay and fed cattle for a company out of Chicago. Her father had taken the family west to South Dakota in hopes of getting enough land to make farmers of his three sons. One of those sons, Miller, went on west to look for land in Montana. He found a couple of adjacent half-sections in Toole County.  You could homestead half a section in those days, and he figured that if he could get Dell to grab the adjacent half-section, he could eventually buy it from her, and maybe have enough land to actually make a living on. Her motivation was to be to get money to finish college.

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It’s A Bunch Of Blarney

Happy St. Patrick's DAY! The Choteau Soroptimist will be putting on Blarney Bingo tonight (Tuesday) down at the country club down in Choteau. It's a 4 leaf BLOWOUT(!) is what it is. This evening's Blarney Bingo runs from 5 until 9, & the evening promises to be more than fine. Ho

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How Cold Was It

It was at least cold enough to bring the brass monkey in from the back porch in the book that I'm reading up at the Marias Heritage Center...thus, the title of Rick Sterry's tome, "Blizzard Of '32" makes sense

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Bill Turnbull, New York Daily News Archive via Getty Images
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You’re Caught: On The Bombshell Finale of ‘The Jinx’

When I first wrote about the true-crime documentary series The Jinx a couple of weeks ago, I was the only person I knew who was watching it. A few weeks later, it’s all anyone is talking about. It’s been one of the top trending topics on Twitter for three days straight, and my personal feed is clogged with debates about the case and the ethics of the filmmakers’ behavior. As I left my hotel in Austin yesterday morning, pundits were discussing the show on CNN; as I wrote most of this piece at the Austin airport, two men at the table next to me in the food court were talking about it as well. I spent a month recommending the show to people who looked at me like I was crazy (“The Jinx? Like the kid’s game?”). The show went from total obscurity to inescapable pop-cultural phenomenon in a matter of hours.

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Leveraging Your Communication Style
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Not One Size Fits All

I'm not blogging about shoes either! I'm all excited about the NEW "Communication book"...it's a neat presentation by John Jackson & Lorraine Bosse-Smith that allows readers to discover their unique style & learn how to share their ideas more effectively to improve their relationships & enhance their professional success. I'm all fo

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